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Thursday Afternoon, February 2, 1995
Presiding: Alan Michael, Dauphin County Ext.
Growing Bedding Plants— Dr. Robert Langhans,
Greenhouse Heating and Ventilation— Dr.
Peter Fynn, Ohio State University
The Effects of Venting and DIF vs. Growth Chem
icals—Dr. Jay Holcomb, Penn State University
Water Nutrient Delivery—Ebb and Flow— Dr.
Peter Fynn, Ohio State University
■L FRUlTS—Nigerian Room
ling: Thomas Murphy, Lycoming Co. Ext.
Bird Control In Small Fruits: Our Exper
iences—panel—Timothy Nourse, Nourse Farms,
Inc., Massachusetts, Robert Trax, Trax Farms,
Finleyville Ronald Beinlick, Triples Farm, Monon
‘Managing Blueberry Diseases: A View from
Michigan — Dr. Donald Ramsdale, Michigan State
University (1 cat. 2)
Making Money? Small Fruit Economic Reality-
Dr. Jayson Harper, Penn State University
‘Blueberry Viruses: Symptoms and Manage
ment —Dr. Donald Ramsdale, Michigan State Uni-
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provide superior performance
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL ZENECA AG
versify (1 cat. 2)
: RUITS —Trinidad Room
Presiding; Lewis Barnard, SNAP Exec Committee
Tips for Storage Operators — Dr. Laura Lehman-
Salada, Penn State University
Grower innovations and Usage of Machinery
panel—Dr. Rob Crassweller, Penn State Universi
Root Pruning: Evan Milbum, grower, Maryland
Portable Wind Machines —Mark Apple, grower,
Bin Carriers in Small Plantings —Nell Sterner,
Herbicide Mower Combination —Clarence Went
Rope Thinner for Peaches— Michael Curcio,
grower, New Jersey
BONDED BABYSITTING IS AVAILABLE Tuesday
through Thursday, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, at no cost in the
To register for the Women’s Auxiliary Programs, call
PVGA at 717-473-8468 for the special registration form or
send $5 pre-registration fee plus $l5 for the bus tour
and/or $l6 for the fashion show/luncheon along with your
name and address to Doris Trax, 700 Sugar Camp Rd.
Finleyville, PA 15332.
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Grain Marketing Meetings Set
NEWARK, Del. —The University of
Delaware and Delaware State University Coop
erative Extension are sponsoring grain market
ing meetings in Kent and New Castle counties.
These meetings will be held twice each day,
from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the Kent County exten
sion office, Route 13, Dover, and from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. in the UD Fischer Greenhouse Laborato
ry on South College Avenue in Newark.
Following is a schedule of dates and topics:
• Feb. I—understanding1—understanding and using basis in
• Feb. 15 —cash marketing, including spot
prices, deferred delivery, deferred payment,
basis contract, no price established or storage
contract, and minimum price contract.
• March 2 —the use of futures (hedging) to
forward-price grain or soybeans.
• March 15 —grain merchants panel discus
sion, developing a marketing plan, and using on
Sells For $736,700
LITITZ (Lancaster Co.) More than 120
people gathered last week during a sale of two
parcels of the Walter Carpenter Farm in War
wick Township, totalling a little more than 97
acres, which brought a total of $736,700.
The auction, conducted by E.M. Murry Asso
ciates, Lititz, included 89.57 acres of farmland
and a 7.3-acre parcel, both of which front East
Woods Drive. A farm house, bam, and outbuild
ings were included in the sale.
The 89.57-acre tract was sold for $545,000 to
Wayne Seachrist, Pierson Road, Lititz, accord
ing to a spokesman for E.M. Murry Associates.
The other tract totalling 7.5 acres was sold to
John Hartz, Woods Rd., Lititz, f0r5191,700. The
tract of land was advertised as having develop
Public Auction Register
Closing Date Monday 5:00 P.M.
of each week’s publication
JANUARY antiques & collectible
SAT. JAN. 28 -10 AM 'terns. Held at Redding
Dushore, Sullivan Co Pa Auction Service, located
at 114 Main St.. Dushore, taking Rt. 34.'/. mile Nof
Penn, at the site of Sullivan Gettysburg, bear nght at Y
Inn near Fitzpatrick & Lam- ( at car wash ) & continue 2
bert Ford Dealership -100 miles on Table Rock Road
ft off Rt. 220 at the red light t 0 auction site - c David
in Dushore. Howard W. Redding, auct
Visscher, auct. SAT. FEB , 4 . g ; 4SAM
SAT. FEB. 4 - 9AM very Repossession Sale. 175
nice furniture, old toys, Repo's & Off lease vehi
glassware, Ig. amt. nice old cles. Keystone Public Auto
pttery items nice lot small Exchange.
PUBUC BANKRUPTCY AUCTION
5 pick-up trucks, 1 stake body truck,
1 van, 2 automobiles
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1995
At the premises located in the borough of
Columbia, Lancaster County, Pa. at 231 South
Includes the following units
1981 Mercedes 280 E 4 dr Gas mdl., 1991 Chev.
pickup V 8 AT, 1991 Chev Van 20 with ladder
rack, 1989 Chev pickup V 8 AT 1500 Series,
1988 Chev pickup 2500 Series, V 8 AT, 1989
Chev pickup V 8 AT, 1988 Chev pickup V 8 AT,
1980 Chev mdl 70 VB, ssp. 2sp. stake body
truck, 1988 Chev. Corsica 4dr. AT.
Please Note! THERE ARE NO SMALL -
ITEMS, TRUCKS & CARS ONLY.
TERMS-CASH, CERTIFIED CHECK, BANK
MONEY ORDER, OR OTHER MEANS
SATISFACTORY TO THE TRUSTEE, ALL
FUNDS PAYABLE TO BARRY A SOLODKY
Auction by order of
Barry A Solodky Esq. trustee
In RE: JLC Construction Inc.
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